The "entrance fee" for getting into the Student Extravaganza Spring School is One Sentence with which you describe your research. This sentence states the assumption(s) you make, which you are going to address in your work. Note that for beginning researchers this sentence can be rather vague and broad, whereas for students nearing the deadline of their thesis this is probably a very precise and concrete statement. Additionally you need to have thought about Three Issues that are important to you, these can be questions, worries, pitfalls, ... Fill in your One Sentence and Three Issues next to your name at the bottom of this page.
The Spring School takes place on Sunday from 9h30 until 18h. There will be around 40 students participating and a bunch of AOSD experts!
We will be at the "Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology" (Dahlmannstr. 2, 53113 Bonn, http://www.b-it-center.de/).
Between 10h and 12h Awais Rachid, Shmuel Katz, Mira Mezini and Eddy Truyen will give presentations on sub fields in AOSD in the morning.
At 12h we have a walking lunch.
After lunch, we warm up the interactive afternoon session by holding an informal panel discussion of around 45 min. with Gregor Kiczales, Eric Eide, Theo D'Hondt and whoever else we can get a hold of by Sunday. Ideally, the issues we ask them to discuss are based on your issues, so be sure to prepare them!
After the panel, everyone is invited to join the discussions. We propose a format in which you get the chance to state and defend your opinion, raise the issues that you think are important, but most importantly, get to know everyone.
Example issues are:
- When have I done enough of a literature study?
- How do I identify and formulate precisely my contributions?
- Is my timing and planning feasible?
- Are negative results also contributions?
- How do I evaluate and validate my work?
- What's the difference between foundational work and related work?
- Am I doing engineering research or scientific research?
- How can I get useful and constructive feedback from the people who are guiding or advising me?
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Elisa Gonzalez Boix
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Marta S. Tabares
Pericles Leng Cheng
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